Mastering ConflictPlease find a seat with your team(look for your team flag). If you don’tknow your team, talk to Jen.Apri...
IHMS Mission & VisionStatementsOur Mission:To provide for the academic successof every studentOur Vision:To ensure that ...
Teaming Meeting Norms This is a safe place for teaming; all ideas are worthconsideration. Please be respectful to those ...
The Five Functions of aSuccessful TeamConflictTrustMastering…Building…Based on The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick ...
Team-Work(aka Homework for Teams)o What was your team goal fromour last meeting?o Did your team complete yourgoal?o If so,...
Last Week – Building Trust“By building trust, a team makes conflictpossible because team members do nothesitate to engage ...
Conflict in Movies
Movies vs. Meetings
Teaming Meeting Norms This is a safe place for teaming; all ideas are worthconsideration. Please be respectful to those ...
What are your team member’spolicies regarding late work,absent work, ZAP work? What’ssimilar? What differences exist?Shoul...
The Five Functions of aSuccessful TeamConflictTrustBuilding…The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick LencioniMastering…
Teams that fear conflict… Have boring meetings Create environments where back-channelpolitics and personal attacks thriv...
Teams that engage in conflict… Have lively, interesting meetings Extract and exploit the ideas of all teammembers Solve...
Team DiscussionHow do you handle cheating inthe classroom? What are thesimilarities and/or differencesbetween team members...
Team-Work(aka Homework for Teams)Common Tardy PolicyWhen is a student tardy?What happens when astudent from your team ista...
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This is the 3rd presentation to the faculty about teaming. The topic is based off of Patrick Lencioni's Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

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Mastering Conflict

  1. 1. Mastering ConflictPlease find a seat with your team(look for your team flag). If you don’tknow your team, talk to Jen.April 5, 2013
  2. 2. IHMS Mission & VisionStatementsOur Mission:To provide for the academic successof every studentOur Vision:To ensure that every student learns
  3. 3. Teaming Meeting Norms This is a safe place for teaming; all ideas are worthconsideration. Please be respectful to those around you; avoid sidebarconversations. Use technology to enhance learning online shopping = inappropriate Taking notes = appropriate Cell phones silenced = very appropriate Your participation is needed; please engage in teamingand put away classroom work Everything we do here should reflect our commitment toproviding for the academic success of every student.
  4. 4. The Five Functions of aSuccessful TeamConflictTrustMastering…Building…Based on The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  5. 5. Team-Work(aka Homework for Teams)o What was your team goal fromour last meeting?o Did your team complete yourgoal?o If so, GREAT! What did youlearn from it?o If not, why not? What canyou do to have it completedby the end of the day?ConflictTrust
  6. 6. Last Week – Building Trust“By building trust, a team makes conflictpossible because team members do nothesitate to engage in passionate andsometimes emotional debate, knowing thatthey will not be punished for sayingsomething that might otherwise beinterpreted as destructive or critical”.- Patrick Lencioni
  7. 7. Conflict in Movies
  8. 8. Movies vs. Meetings
  9. 9. Teaming Meeting Norms This is a safe place for teaming; all ideas are worthconsideration. Please be respectful to those around you; avoid sidebarconversations. Use technology to enhance learning online shopping = inappropriate Taking notes = appropriate Cell phones silenced = very appropriate Your participation is needed; please engage in teamingand put away classroom work Everything we do here should reflect our commitment toproviding for the academic success of every student.
  10. 10. What are your team member’spolicies regarding late work,absent work, ZAP work? What’ssimilar? What differences exist?Should they be the same for theentire team? Why or why not?Does it matter?Team Discussion
  11. 11. The Five Functions of aSuccessful TeamConflictTrustBuilding…The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick LencioniMastering…
  12. 12. Teams that fear conflict… Have boring meetings Create environments where back-channelpolitics and personal attacks thrive Ignore controversial topics that are criticalto team success Fail to tap into all the opinions andperspectives of team members Waste time and energy with posturing andinterpersonal risk managementThe Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  13. 13. Teams that engage in conflict… Have lively, interesting meetings Extract and exploit the ideas of all teammembers Solve real problems quickly Minimize politics Put critical topics on the table fordiscussionThe Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  14. 14. Team DiscussionHow do you handle cheating inthe classroom? What are thesimilarities and/or differencesbetween team members? Shouldteam members’ policies becompletely the same?
  15. 15. Team-Work(aka Homework for Teams)Common Tardy PolicyWhen is a student tardy?What happens when astudent from your team istardy? What can you do toencourage students to be ontime to class?ResultsAccountabilityCommitmentConflictTrust
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